Hello,

I am trying to create virtual cameras in a 3D software (blender) corresponding to 360 street views in mapillary.

If I successfully positioned the camera, I cannot say the same for the 3-axis rotation. I tried different conversion techniques from mapillary’s rotation vector extracted from the “computed_rotation” field to eularian but it never was aligned.

Here is my current script that places and rotate on Z the virtual camera from mapillary data. I introduced the - sign when I saw that it wasn’t aligned otherwise.

```
def place_camera(
xyz: tuple[float, float, float],
computed_compass_angle: float,
offset_altitude: float = 0.3
):
"""
Parameters
----------
xyz : tuple[float, float, float]
in meters
computed_compass_angle : float
in degree
offset_altitude : float
move the z point up or down to account for streets not being at 0
"""
camera = bpy.context.scene.camera
x, y, z = xyz
camera.location = (x, y, z + offset_altitude)
camera.rotation_euler = mapillary_to_euler(computed_compass_angle)
def mapillary_to_euler(compass_orientation: float) -> tuple[float, float, float]:
euler_rotation = [90, 0, -compass_orientation]
return deg2rad(euler_rotation)
```

and here is my two tries for 3D rotation, with the second one being as close as possible as my understanding of https://opensfm.org/docs/cam_coord_system.html:

```
def mapillary_to_euler(mapillary_rotation: tuple[float, float, float]) -> tuple[float, float, float]:
roll, pitch, yaw = mapillary_rotation
euler_rotation = mathutils.Euler((pitch, yaw, roll), 'XYZ')
return euler_rotation
def mapillary_to_euler(mapillary_rotation: tuple[float, float, float]) -> tuple[float, float, float]:
length = np.linalg.norm(mapillary_rotation)
euler_rotation = mathutils.Matrix.Rotation(length, 3, mapillary_rotation).to_euler("XYZ")
return euler_rotation
```

Thank you for your help